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You want to know more about us? About what we offer, how we can help you? And simply who we are? We look forward to talking to you and getting to know you.
And the more we understand your challenges, your initial situation and your objectives, the more precisely we can make suggestions to you about what might be a sensible approach based on our experience with numerous clients.
We are also always happy to meet you in person — of course only if this is possible due to the applicable Corona rules and taking into account all hygiene measures. If you would like to visit us at our office in Alexanderstraße in Tübingen’s Südstadt, there are various ways of getting there:
- By public transport: You can reach Tübingen main station by train or long-distance bus. From there, the Stadtwerke Tübingen buses will take you to the Alexanderstraße stop. After getting off, you will see our office directly on the corner of Alexanderstraße and Mathildenstraße.
- By car: Tübingen, the smallest metropolis in the world, can be reached either via the A81 (coming from the south, Zurich or Lake Constance, for example), whose Rottenburg exit will take you to Tübingen via the B28, or via the A8 (coming from Munich or Stuttgart), whose Leinfelden-Echterdingen exit will take you to Tübingen via the B27. We recommend that you use either the Loretto multi-storey car park (Katharinenstraße 14) or the Eisenhut car park (Eisenhutstraße 7). From both it is only a few minutes’ walk to our office.
- By plane: Stuttgart Airport (STR/EDDS) is the nearest airport. From there, you can reach Tübingen by taxi, by pre-booked ride via Minicar or by rental car in 20 – 30 minutes, depending on the time of day and traffic situation. Alternatively, you can also use the Tübingen-Stuttgart Airport Sprinter.
Close to our office are the Hotel La Casa and the Hotel Stadt Tübingen. If you would like to stay a little more centrally and also enjoy the beautiful city of Tübingen itself, we recommend the Hotel Domizil, the Hotel Krone or the Ibis Style.